During his recent media availability, Lakers GM Rob Pelinka lobbed quite the compliment toward Austin Reaves by stating he has the Kobe Bryant "Mamba gene."
LeBron James, Anthony Davis and the rest of the Lakers are healthy and ready to go for training camp next week.
Despite the sour note D’Angelo Russell ended the season on last year, Darvin Ham is sticking with him as his starting point guard heading into this season.
Rob Pelinka described D’Angelo Russell’s second Lakers stint with a comparison only he could have come up with.
After undergoing a "personal renaissance" with the Lakers last year, Rui Hachimura spent the offseason working out with LeBron James as his "understudy."
With their four signings on Thursday, the Lakers are (probably) done making moves ahead of training camp. Here’s where their roster stands.
Predictably, the Lakers are reportedly among the teams interested in Jrue Holiday after he was traded from the Bucks to the Blazers as part of the Damian Lillard deal.
After being part of the Damian Lillard trade, Jrue Holiday is expected to be moved again by the Blazers. Could the Lakers get involved on a deal?
The Lakers will have one of the best teams in the NBA this season with Austin Reaves believing they’ll be the "most talented."
Austin Reaves says Taylor Swift is "literally amazing," makes great music, and has "the best fans in the world," but he still doesn’t have second thoughts about not trying to reach out after the two were romantically linked this summer.
Austin Reaves could have gotten more money this summer if a team like the Spurs had given him an offer sheet in free agency, but he’s happy where he’s at with the Lakers.
The Lakers held their mini-camp in San Diego last weekend and Anthony Davis’ shooting is already drawing praise from Austin Reaves and his teammates.
The Lakers' ability to make a move this season may be limited by a quirk of the Anthony Davis trade.
The Lakers’ success in the late 2000s and early 2010s was apparently one of the driving factors behind Dwyane Wade and LeBron James forming a super team.
After years of being linked to him, Buddy Hield looks set to be traded but the Lakers are not a team reportedly showing interest.
Let’s take a closer look at how Austin Reaves fared during the FIBA World Cup.
Following a disappointing year, Los Angeles faces a critical offseason that has the potential to shape their future.
Roughly two decades and multiple championships ago, Dr. Jerry Buss was, according to his daughter and current owner Jeanie, offered $1 billion for the Lakers...and turned it down.
Austin Reaves was incredibly efficient offensively in the World Cup, and the ways he needs to get better on defense may not matter as much when he plays for the Lakers.
While the immediate future of "Winning Time" is gloomy, creator of the show Jim Hecht believes there still could be a future it.
With a unique skillset in his own right, Jarred Vanderbilt spoke recently about modeling his game after two unique players in Lamar Odom and Penny Hardaway.
Pau Gasol speaks on role as FIBA ambassador, growth of women’s basketball and more during Manila visit
During his first visit to the Philippines, Lakers legend Pau Gasol talked about his post-retirement plans, and making the most of his influence to leave a positive impact around the world.
The Lakers agreed to an extension with Jarred Vanderbilt that will pay him handsomely as reward for a strong 2022-23 season.
Vando’s potential to live up to this multi-year extension isn’t among the biggest reasons this deal makes sense for the Lakers.
Win-now moves have largely sapped the Lakers of draft capital right now, but when will the team have picks again in the future?
We will be keeping track of the salary cap situation for the Lakers as it updates, and how much usable space the team will have.
As enthralling as the season finale of "Winning Time" on the court during the 1984 NBA Finals, the off-court drama with Dr. Jerry Buss, Jeanie and Linda and Kurt Rambis was equally enticing.
Like many Lakers fans, Jeanie Buss wanted to see HBO’s "Winning Time" to get more seasons than the two it received before being canceled.
Jarred Vanderbilt's new contract is the latest move to follow what has been a clear and refreshing offseason plan for the Lakers. However, it also raises some questions.
After years of circling one another in the early 1980s, the Celtics and Lakers finally met in the Finals in 1984 in one of the most memorable showdowns in league history.
While the future of the show may be in danger, "Winning Time" continues to have one big, vocal backer in Lakers owner Jeanie Buss.
The Lakers and Jarred Vanderbilt have extended their partnership for at least another season, and possibly up to five.